I’ve been sick with a cold these last few days, which is really a shame in the beginning of summer. But really, I don’t mind. At least for now. By default, I’ve set up my relaxation station on the couch, the kind with the coffee table closer than usual, to hold my Murchie’s tea mug. … Continue reading The Place Where the Sidewalk Ends
Sometimes it seems like no matter how hard you try, you sit down at your laptop, and your fingers just don't move. The words just aren't coming to you. You try to think of what to write for hours. But your mind can still be accurately represented by a blank canvas. It happens to the … Continue reading How Can I Get Past a Writer’s Block?
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